Chloe Moretz's Movie Career Timeline In GIFs
If you're asking why our August cover girl Chloe Moretz looks so familiar, then this is the answer. Chloe appeared in a few movies already when she was just a child before she became the teen star that she is today.
Family Plan. Chloe played a small role in this Hallmark TV movie as Tori Spelling's character's child version.
Heart of the Beholder. She then starred in this movie based on the true story of the family that opened the first video casette rental store in St. Louis. They were threatened by religious groups for refusing to take down a copy of Martin Scorceses's controversial film The Last Temptation of Christ from the store.
The Amityville Horror. Chloe won great recognition (a nomination in the Best Performance In a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Younger category at the Young Artist Award!) for playing Chelsea Lutz in the horror flick, which also stars Ryan Reynolds.
Today You Die. Betcha didn't know that Chloe appeared in a film with action star Steven Seagal. The young actress played the role of a cute hospital girl in this action thriller.
Big Momma's House 2. In 2006, Chloe starred in this comedy flick as Carrie Fuller—one of the kids Big Momma was in charge of.
Room 6. Chloe then appeared that year as a strange girl in this horror film. Do you think this is her fave genre?
Wicked Little Things. See what we mean? Chloe starred in another horror film that year, this time in a film with zombies as the source of fear.
Hallowed Ground. This cutie appeared the following year in another horror film where a scarecrow goes on a killing spree.
The Third Nail. In 2008, Chloe starred in this crime drama where she plays Hailey—the daughter of a young man who was accused of killing children. Hailey is then abducted by the men who seek revenge for his crime.
The Eye. In this remake of the Hong Kong-Singaporean horror film of the same title, the young actress appeared as a sick girl Jessica Alba's character meets while she's rests in the hospital after her eye surgery.
The Poker House. Did you know Chloe starred in a movie with one of our fave gals, Jennifer Lawrence? She played the role of Cammie, the youngest among these 3 girls neglected and abused by their prostitute mother.
(500) Days of Summer. Most of you probably remember Chloe as Joseph Gordon Levitt's character's smart half-sister in this quirky romantic movie. And most of you probably remember her uttering this famous line...
Not Forgotten. Chloe starred in this crime indie thriller as The Mentalist's Simon Baker's abducted daughter. Why she keeps on getting abducted in the movies, we don't know too.
Jack and the Beanstalk. Chloe played mysterious little girl Jillian in this live action adaptation of the classic children's fairytale.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Chloe appeared next in the movie based on the illustrated novel by Jeff Kinney as smartypants teenager and school photographer Angie.
Kick-Ass. Want to see her kick butts and fight villains? Watch Chloe play the ruthless Mindy a.k.a. Hit Girl in this movie.
Let Me In. In this remake of the Swedish film Let the Right One In, Chloe played the role of the young vampire Abby.
Our Deal. This short film about gangs brought Chloe together with some of our fave actors like Teen Wolf's Tyler Posey, iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove, and The Fault In Our Stars' Shailene Woodley.
Hick. In this live action adaptation of the novel by Andrea Portes, Chloe played troubled teenager Luli who runs away from home carrying with her a revolver she received as a gift for her birthday. We smell trouble.
Texas Killing Fields. Chloe also appeared in her nth crime drama flick (which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival) alongside Sam Worthington, Jessica Chastain, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Hugo. Chloe starred in this heartwarming film which is a tribute to the magical world of film-making with another child star, Asa Butterfield, under critically-acclaimed director Martin Scorcese.
Dark Shadows. And we have another blood-sucking role for this budding actress. Chloe was among the A-list actors who starred in Tim Burton's dark comedy film, which was headlined by Johnny Depp.
Movie 43. Chloe starred in one of the stories featured in this movie as Amanda, a girl who gets her first period during her first date. Que horror!
Kick-Ass 2. Because people just can't get enough of these cool superheroes, Chloe returned to the big screen as Hit Girl.
Carrie. Chloe starred as the bullied girl, Carrie White, in this remake based on Stephen King's novel of the same title with The Fault In Our Stars' Ansel Elgort.
This year is looking really great for this actress's career, as she stars in a few of this year's biggest films.
Muppets Most Wanted. Chloe appeared in a cameo role as a newspaper delivery girl for the sequel to the 2011 Muppets movie.
Laggies. In this rom-com film, Chloe plays Annika who convinces Keira Knightley's character Megan to have fun with her instead of trying to figure out her life.
Clouds of Sils Maria. In this indie film which premiered at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Chloe takes on the role of budding young actress Jo-Ann Ellis.
If I Stay. Chloe takes on the role of Mia Hall—a young woman who has to choose between a life without her parents and death—in one of this year's much-awaited films, which was based on the YA novel by Gayle Forman.
The Equalizer. In this action thriller, Chloe will play the role of Teri, the girl who Denzel Washington's Robert needs to save.
Dark Places. No final word yet whether this film based on the mystery novel written by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn is going to hit theaters this year, but we're hoping it will. Chloe will appear in this film with some of Hollywood's biggest actors like Charlize Theron, Christina Hendricks, and Nicholas Hoult. NBD, really.